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John Moschitta Jr. Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016
John Moschitta Jr. was born on the 6th August 1954, in New York City, USA. He is a spokesperson and speed-talker, probably best known for appearing as The Micro Machines Man in over 100 commercials. He was listed in “The Guinness Book of Records” as the World’s Fastest Talker; he can articulate 586 words per minute. Beside that, he is also recognized as an actor and voice actor, appearing in various films and TV series. His career has been active since 1979.
Have you ever wondered how rich is John Moschitta, Jr.? It is estimated from sources that the overall amount of John’s net worth is over $3 million as of early 2016, which has been accumulated through his career as a spokesperson and professional actor in the entertainment industry.
John Moschitta, Jr. Net Worth $3 Million
John Moschitta, Jr. was raised with five sisters in New York City. At an early age, he showed an interest in acting, and during studies he became a member of local community theater, also appearing in school productions. He then enrolled at Nassau Community College, from which he graduated with a degree in Theater in 1978.
As early as 1981, his professional career began to soar, as he was selected to appear in the TV series “That’s Incredible”, and after that he was cast in shows such as “The Merv Griffin Show”, and “The Tonight Show”. After those initial appearances, John was offered a contract by FedEx which he accepted, and made his first commercial for the company which earned him the Clio award for the Best Performance-Male, and also was the reason for his nickname which has stuck throughout his entire career – “Motormouth”. Since then, John has made more than 700 TV and radio commercials for such companies and products as ABC, NBC, Burger King, Quality Inn, Northwest Airlines, Olympus Camera, Minute Rice, Post Cereals and many others, all of which added to his net worth. He earned his second Clio award, as a part of HBO’s “Great Cable Connection”.
After his career in the entertainment slowly developed, he managed to expand his talents to acting, and so far has appeared in over 40 TV and film titles, starting in 1982 in a cameo role in the film “Young Doctors In Love”. Four years later, John performed in the animated film “Transformers: The Movie” (1986) in the role of Blurr, a role which he reprised in Transformer sequels such as “Transformers: Five Faces OF Darkness” (1986), “Transformers: The Return Of Optimus Prime” (1987). The franchise film was then turned into a TV series, in which John also took part as Blurr, from 1986 to 1987 in “The Transformers”, and again from 2008-2009 in “The Transformers: Animated”. All these added a lot to his overall fortune.
Some of the other titles in which John has appeared include “Blankman” (1994), “Sesame Street” (1985-1988), “Acting Out” (2012), and most recently he was featured in the TV series “General Hospital” (2016), which also added to his net worth.
When it comes to John Moschitta, Jr.’s personal life, in the media there is no information about it; obviously he keeps it very private.
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|Thalians 56th Anniversary Gala||2014||Video||Auctioneer|
|Robot Chicken||2007-2012||TV Series||Elrond / Azmuth / Auctioneer / ...|
|Acting Out||2012||TV Series||Mr. Ramshackle|
|Adventure Time||2010||TV Series||Keyper / Gnome #2|
|Family Guy||2009||TV Series||Jim Spleen|
|Transformers: Animated||2008-2009||TV Series||Blurr|
|Queerspiracy!||2007||Short||Pastor Tom Hansen|
|Finding Neo||2004||Short||The R-Tech|
|Ally McBeal||2000||TV Series||Auctioneer|
|Pinky and the Brain||1997||TV Series||Mr. Sackett|
|The Big Easy||1997||TV Series||Fast Eddie|
|Chicago Hope||1995||TV Series||Auctioneer|
|Garfield and Friends||1992||TV Series||Super Sonic Seymour|
|Square One TV||1991||TV Series||Johnny Dollar|
|Mathnet||1991||TV Series||Johnny Dollar|
|Going Under||1990||Defense Contractor (as John Moschitta)|
|Dick Tracy||1990||Radio Announcer (voice)|
|Murphy's Laws of Golf||1989||Short||Helpful Golfer|
|Saved by the Bell||1989||TV Series||Mr. Testaverde|
|Sesame Street||1985-1988||TV Series||Man with long-named baby|
|The Transformers||1986-1987||TV Series||Blurr / Punch / Counterpunch|
|Dirty Laundry||1987||Fast Talking Lawyer|
|Transformers: The Return of Optimus Prime||1987||Video||Blurr (voice, as John Moschitta)|
|Transformers: Five Faces of Darkness||1986||Video||Blurr (voice, as John Moschitta)|
|The Transformers: The Movie||1986||Blurr (voice, as John Moschitta)|
|Starchaser: The Legend of Orin||1985||Z'Gork (voice)|
|The A-Team||1984||TV Series||Jason Burnette|
|Trapper John, M.D.||1984||TV Series||Danvers|
|The 1/2 Hour Comedy Hour||1983||TV Series||Regular|
|Matt Houston||1983||TV Series||Myron Chase / Myron|
|Zorro and Son||1983||TV Series||Cpl. Cassette|
|Madame's Place||1982||TV Series||Larry Lunch|
|Young Doctors in Love||1982||The Patients - Complaining Man|
|The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon||2014||TV Series||Himself - Summarizing Best Picture Nominees|
|Point of View: A Retrospective of Joe Sedelmaier||2009||Documentary short||Himself|
|Identity||2007||TV Series||Himself - Stranger|
|I Love the 80's 3-D||2005||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Celebrity Fit Club||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|Hollywood Squares||2003-2004||TV Series||Himself - Announcer|
|The Greatest Commercials of All Time||1999||TV Movie documentary||Casting Director|
|Woodstock: The Lost Performances||1990||Video documentary||Opening narrator (uncredited)|
|The (New) $25,000 Pyramid||1983-1988||TV Series||Himself|
|The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour||1988||TV Series||Himself|
|Square One TV||1987||TV Series||Himself|
|Disneyland's 30th Anniversary Celebration||1985||TV Movie documentary||Himself (as John Moschitta)|
|3-2-1 Contact||1984||TV Series||Himself|
|Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever||1983||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|The 55th Annual Academy Awards||1983||TV Special||Himself|
|Nostalgia Critic||2010||TV Series||Micro Machines Announcer|
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|1||He has a twin sister and four younger sisters as well.|
|2||Has one elder sister, who cannot talk nearly as fast...but whom John credits with inspiring him to self-train accordingly, since "it always drove her wild".|
|3||Is now the announcer for the new Hollywood Squares (1998).|
|4||Was once hired as a speaker for a corportate presentation when a client discovered that they didn't have enough time to give a full presentation. He managed to give the full presentation in 1/4th the needed time.|
|5||Is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's fastest talker.|
|6||Has appeared in several commercials including ones for FedEx and Micro Machines.|
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|1||Known for talking very fast|
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